You can edit portraits on an iPad with Photoshop-like power and the ease tapping and pinching with Facetune by Lightricks ($2.99).
With the tip of your finger, you can whiten teeth, smooth skin, remove blemishes, adjust tones, add filters, and even frame your subject. The final version can be saved to your Camera Roll or shared online using any of the popular social network sites.
After just a few minutes of editing, I felt comfortable with the app. One technique that I think is important, is to magnify your view when using the retouching tools. This provides more precise application of the effect. There is an erasure tool if you overstep.
I also advise checking your work as you go with the before/after view. This helped me realize when I had become a bit heavy-handed with my edits.
Facetune is an incredible value. And if you shoot and share portraits, this is certainly an app you want on your iPad.
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